The Student Services Department provides specially designed instruction and related services to benefit students with disabilities. Peninsula School District engages in ChildFind and other identification activities, and provides appropriate services for all identified students with disabilities. Our goal is to assist each student to achieve academic success, and to make the transition from school to the community and the world of work.
We are committed to providing a comprehensive program of instructional and related service options for a Free and Appropriate Public Education (FAPE) for all children with disabilities, ages three to twenty-one years.
For additional information regarding special education resources in our state, access the OSPI (Office of Superintendent of Public Instruction) Special Education website for Washington State.
Special Education Procedural Safeguards
SPECIAL EDUCATION PARENT ADVISORY COMMITTEE (SEPAC)
Peninsula School District is committed to supporting students with disabilities and is seeking a group of parents/guardians, educators and administrators who are committed to sharing information and resources in a collaborative manner to promote educational excellence for students with special needs to reach their maximum potential. We have established a Special Education Parent Advisory Committee (SEPAC) Guidance Team which will:
Collaborate with PSD and our families
Plan future events (ex. networking, informational, social, etc.)
Be a representation of our various programs, students, and schools
If you'd like to provide your thoughts and feedback to the SEPAC, Guidance Team, you can do so through this link: SEPAC Feedback
Meeting Agendas and Minutes can be found here.